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>> Back on the campaign trail. The final push ahead of Britain's EU referendum resuming on Sunday after a pause for sombre reflection. The murder of MP Jo Cox sparking calls for a more civilized debate. Her words that we are more united than divided taking on new meaning this week as the campaign restarted, two opinion polls emerged showing the Remain camp regaining some momentum.
But as the vote nears, the British electorate is still split. Prime Minister David Cameron warning about the economic impact of leaving the European Union. The Leave campaign hitting back saying such fears are overstated. Another heated topic in the debate, immigration, and neither side showed signs of backing away of criticizing each other on the issue.
>> I think there is a difference between addressing those concerns in a reasonable way and whipping up concerns, whipping up division, making baseless assertions that millions of people are gonna come into the country in the next couple of years from Turkey.>> Out campaign of Boris Johnson, the former Mayor of London offering an alternative.
>> If we take back control of our immigration system with an Australian style points based system we will be dealing fairly and justly with every part of the world.>> With only a few days to go before the vote, a no clear front runner, there's still a lot to play for in the coming week.